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KUALA LUMPUR: National women’s goalkeeper Farah Ayuni Yahya and defender Nuraini Abdul Rashid had been on the verge of a glorious season in England. They had taken their club to the England National Women’s Hockey League semi-final.And then, disappointment.
MONTREAL (Reuters) - With more than half of Canada's coronavirus cases, Quebec has become the country's epicentre for the pandemic and could run out of some equipment in a week after missing an early opportunity to control the outbreak.
TOKYO/LONDON/NEW YORK: Tweeting from her Toronto couch two weeks ago, six-time Olympian Hayley Wickenheiser had two words for the International Olympic Committee, which had yet to postpone the Tokyo Summer Games amid the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic: "Insensitive and irresponsible."
LONDON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Tweeting from her Toronto couch two weeks ago, six-time Olympian Hayley Wickenheiser had two words for the International Olympic Committee, which had yet to postpone the Tokyo Summer Games amid the coronavirus pandemic: "Insensitive and irresponsible."
KUALA LUMPUR: Ernawati Mahmud or A. Kannagi, two ex-internationals, could make history by becoming the first woman to coach the national women’s hockey team.
IPOH: Those not used to staying home are struggling to adapt to the movement control order (MCO).
MINSK/MOSCOW (Reuters) - With professional soccer at a virtual standstill around the globe, fans in need of their weekly fix are turning to the Belarusian Premier League to fill the void as it carries on with matches despite the coronavirus outbreak.
WINNIPEG, Manitoba/TORONTO (Reuters) - From hockey sticks in Canada to downhill skis in Colorado, health officials are searching for relatable ways to urge people to keep a safe distance, in a global effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
KUALA LUMPUR: National hockey defender Faiz Helmi Jali said the two-week extension under the movement control order (MCO) is a blessing in disguise.
WHEN the Malaysian contingent, led by hockey star Nor Saiful Zaini, walked out into the arena at the glitzy opening ceremony of the 1996 Olympics Games in Atlanta, there were just three roses among the thorns.